Mita Mamania – A Keen Badminton Player, Swimmer & A Palavian

The move to Palava has been recent and this shift has been a very positive one for me. My family and I moved to Palava from Ambernath in April 2016. Before shifting here, I had heard a lot of positive things about Palava and the fact that this city is regarded as the No. 1 Smart City just piqued my interest level all the more. Once I moved to the city, I realized why so many people had so many good things to say about this place. I was completely taken in by the beauty of this place. I was always interested and curious about the idea of a township, wherein all the amenities are available for individuals across all age groups. I wondered how that is even possible but is only when I moved here did I realize how effortlessly Palava manages to connect all its citizens through the concept of a township. There are world-class amenities offered here to children, parents, senior citizens. Everything is at a walking distance and the city itself is well-equipped with a clubhouse, swimming pool, garden area, etc.

My favourite part of the city has to be the open landscape (Casa Rio). Only when I moved here, I started pursuing badminton and swimming because the facilities and the teaching over here are top-notch. There is a spacious badminton court where I practice and the all exclusive ladies swimming pool urged me to take up swimming as a hobby. My family has been supportive of my hobbies, which is why I have participated in several badminton competitions, and I’ve been awarded the best player of the tournament during PALASO (first and biggest sporting event organized by PCMA).

#PalavaMakesMeMore courageous to go after my dreams and pursue them no matter what.

Mita

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